|Ulysses Against the Son of Hercules|
|Directed by||Mario Caiano|
|Music by||Angelo Francesco Lavagnino|
|Edited by||Renato Cinquini|
Ulysses Against the Son of Hercules (Italian : Ulisse contro Ercole) is a 1962 peplum film directed by Mario Caiano.
The film was shot on location at the Canary Islands in Spain.
Ulysses Against the Son of Hercules was released in Italy on 3 February 1962.The film was released in the United States in 1964 with a 99-minute running time. It was released to television in the United States with a 91-minute running time. The film has also been released as Ulysses Against Hercules.
It has been released on home video by Alpha Video.
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